Using Smart Secure Integrated Intelligence Networks To Increase Efficiency In Urban Security
Across the globe governments, cities and emergency services are struggling to cope with the challenges faced by increases in population combined with a rise in urbanisation. With such social phenomena now meaning that 3.4 billion people live in urban environments, existing non integrated surveillance systems are stretched to the limit. This lack of situational awareness of common, expected and unexpected threats is leaving cities vulnerable to increases in urban crime, terrorism and natural disasters.
To counteract these security vulnerabilities Safe Cities International 2014 is providing an exceptionally rare opportunity for 100+ Ministers, Mayors, Police/Fire Chiefs and solution providers to gather from across the globe to discuss the deployment of smart secure integrated intelligence networks designed to increase efficiency in urban security.
Key Discussion Points:
- Setting current and future policy to guarantee public security
- Smart solutions for urban security
- Intelligent video surveillance and data capture
- Integrated information networks and data dissemination
- Unified threat assessment/analysis and emergency response coordination
- Mission critical and real time information to aid decision making
- Cyber security for sintelligence networks and assets
"Security is the key foundation for economic growth and investment and this conference is an important opportunity to explore how to create cities that are safe places to live, work, visit and study. We are keen to share London’s experience in building a secure, resilient and open metropolis and the role of MOPAC in delivering the Mayor’s mission for London to be the safest global city.”Mr Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor, Mayor’s Office For Policing and Crime, Greater London Authority
"Today the safety of our communities depend on having enlightened leaders willing to adopt successful strategies utilized by cities across the globe. I look forward to participating in the Safe Cities International conference to both share our success as a global city while learning more about other opportunities to further improve Los Angeles, the City of Angels."Assistant Chief Michel Moore, Director, Special Operations, Los Angeles Police Department